Empowering solution architects
The OnePlaceLive client application is intended to be used by OnePlace Solutions Administrators (Solution Architects) for the creation and publishing of Solution Profiles to the OnePlaceLive service offered to OnePlaceMail and OnePlaceDocs.
Introduction / overview
The content of a Solution Profile is essentially a structured list that contains any combination of the following types of Solution Profile Items
- Central Register
One or more Solution Profiles are published and made available to end users where they work, in a consistent and easy to use manner, providing a solutions focused view for getting things done in SharePoint/Office 365.
Personalize your SharePoint solutions for greater adoption and deliver solutions to the applications used every day
Building a Solution Profile
The content of a Solution Profile is essentially a structured list that contains any combination of the following types of Solution Profile Items.
Direct shortcut to any location in SharePoint
Add direct links to SharePoint/Office 365 site collections, sites, libraries, lists, folders and document sets. Seamlessly save and access content from any location in SharePoint.
You can mix and match locations from Office 365, SharePoint on premise and across different areas of hybrid SharePoint & Office 365 environments.
Search (location item)
The Search (location item) provides the ability to define a search query (KQL) and reference result sources to return one or more locations from across your SharePoint/Office 365 environment. Locations are dynamic and may include site collections, sites, libraries, lists, folders and document sets. The SharePoint platform and configuration of Search within your environment will determine the richness and freshness of your search results.
Central Register (location item)
The Central Register (location item) provides the ability to define a central register (list in SharePoint) describing one or more locations (e.g. Site collections, sites, libraries, lists, folders, document sets). The central register list can be referenced, refined and queried, in order to present relevant, dynamic locations (from SharePoint/Office 365) to end users within client applications (via OnePlaceMail and OnePlaceDocs).
Complex information architectures can be abstracted from end users, meaning you can deliver an easy to use, personalised view of locations and content for any business solution.